Czech Republic have been the surprise package of Group D at the ongoing Euro 2020. They are unbeaten after two games. The Czechs will take on England at Wembley on Tuesday night at Wembley, with their eyes set on the top position in the group.
Both teams earned a point each in their second game of the competition respectively, and they will their sights set on a win. Melbet review sportsbook has the latest odds for this fixture and we will be picking odds for our preferred betting angles from the sportsbook.
Czech Republic began their Euro 2020 sojourn with a comfortable 2-0 over Scotland, with Patrick Schick the star of the show. The Bayern Leverkusen star that is enjoying some sort of rejuvenation at the German club helped his team with two well taken goals to dispatch the Scots.
They followed that up with a 1-1 draw against Croatia. That result came under scrutiny as a result of a controversial penalty with which Schick scored to get his third goal of the competition.
For the context of this game and how it outcome affects the final standings in Group D, the Czechs will be under less pressure, as they only need a point to finish top of the group. In fact, it is mathematically impossible for the Czechs to finish lower than third in the group.
Jaroslav Silhavy’s men are expected to go into the game with a similar approach like in their first two games. They will press high and look to get quick combinations in the final third to force put England under pressure.
The Three Lions are under intense pressure to deliver after an uninspiring performance against Scotland last time out. The team has come under fire for their showing so far and this has left Gareth Southgate scratching his head.
Harry Kane was hauled off against Scotland after struggling to set the tournament alight in the first two games he has featured in. The Tottenham Hotspur forward is expected to start in their final group game against Czech Republic.
However, Manchester City winger Phil Foden may be dropped, as Gareth Southgate is expected to ring changes to his team.
Despite the stinging criticism, England still have their destiny in their hands and are favourites to reach the Round of 16, as a win or draw will put them into the last 16.
The three Lions will view this game as an opportunity to atone for their dismal showing in the competition so far. England have struggled to create chances and that is evident is in the solitary goal they have scored so far.
Gareth Southgate is expected to make attacking changes with the likes of Jadon Sancho and Jack Grealish expected to earn a starting berth.
This will give English the attacking impetus needed to deliver the goals. Czech Republic also carry their goal threat and we are backing Over 2.5 goals to be scored at 2.34 on Melbet first deposit bonus.
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